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Mammoth Lakes

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Recent Mammoth Lakes reviews

  • Great property at a great price!

    "The place was wonderful. Very clean and nice, even better than the pictures. The view out the balcony was wonderful and the proximity to everything Village was fantastic. The unit is right over the Pita Pit and General store which came in VERY handy! My only complaint, and this isn't the owners fault, but something renters should prepare for, is that you can only park ONE car in the underground garage with the pass provided. There used to be a free lot across the street, but it is now pay to park, so free options are slim unless you find street parking. We used the main hotel valet for our other vehicle which was $20 a day."
    Guest: Shawn C. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 24, 2015
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  • Great experience!

    "We had 2 families lots of kids. This unit worked well for us. Everything was as described. We put all the kids in the loft and the adults stayed downstairs. The couch in the living room is spacious and comfortable, especially after a long day on the slopes. My only advice would be to bring towels for the jacuzzi unless you want to use your bath towel."
    Guest: Michelle A. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 16, 2015
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  • All you (and your dog) can ask for!

    "Since our friend's Snowcreek V condo was booked, we decided to give this dog friendly condo a try - and I'm so happy we did. This condo is fully equipped with everything you could possibly need. It's tucked away from the street, which makes it a bit more private and quiet than most other condos at Snowcreek V. The bed was super comfortable, the main room was perfectly furnished and the large, comfy sectional was a big plus! I can only come up with 2 cons: - Shower heads were awful. You won't be taking any nice, long showers during your stay. - No parking in front of the house, which made loading/unloading of the car a bit of a headache. Not a big deal if you're a light traveler though. We highly recommend this condo and would definitely stay here again!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 24, 2015
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  • We Keep Coming Back Year After Year!!

    "We've been coming to this condo since 2000; this is a property well run and attended by the owners who are always on and are easy to contact. They keep improving the place and there is always a pleasant surprise. The place is probably 1400/1500 sq ft divided in two levels and is perfect to separate your group when everybody is in the condo. The kitchen has everything you may need for a simple but complete meal (my life uses the crockpot); we usually go out because the town has many restaurants to choose from and several times we've had dinner delivered which works great. On this last trip we walked to the newly opened bowling alley called Rock & Bowl. Perfect family fun on either bowling or practicing your golf swing upstairs. From the condo one can also walk to The Mammoth Tavern (try the roasted bone marrow in a canoe! or the beer chicken served on special weekdays), The Stove (a landmark in town), Vons shopping center, the meadow and the creek that runs through the Mammoth Nature Park below the unit. There is a shuttle stop 1-1/2 blocks away, so we have a choice. There is a fireplace that runs on real wood and my kids help me start the fire first thing when we arrive. The whole condo gets really warm from the fireplace which has a fan you can run for that purpose. Plenty of wood in the balcony! I like firm beds, so I sleep great on these trips and not all the beds in the condo are the same firmness. The TV in the living room is a HD large TV that swivels and you can change the position if needed. I strongly recommend this place to anyone who wants to stay at a cabin with a quaint cozy interior but large enough to accommodate 9 people. The view is a fantastic feature. P.S. I highly recommend to go into the visitors' center located at the town's entrance as you drive up on Main St and before the left turn on Old Mammoth Rd. You can get maps and all kind of local, current info on wether conditions, schedule ski lessons, etc. After all these years I still pop in their office; they are helpful, a great free resource."
    Guest: San Diego Resident Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 13, 2015
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Mammoth Lakes Travel Tips

If you're searching for a year-round paradise nestled onto a mountainside, look no further than Mammoth Lakes and Mammoth Mountain in California. This four-season piece of heaven suits everyone's interests.

Mammoth Lakes features more than 100 lakes and streams and is known for it's stellar trout fishing. The miles of trails and wilderness areas provide exceptional locations for unbeatable sight seeing and physical activity. Rock climbers will love the thrilling peaks, while water lovers can head out in a kayak. There are also opportunities for hikers, bikers and horseback riders.

In the colder months, Mammoth Mountain is a spectacular Californian locale for skiing. The area receives an unusually large amount of snowfall, making it ideal for skiers and snowboarders alike.

Cold Weather Things to Do

- Mammoth Mountain Ski Area: When the weather gets cold, the favorite activity to partake in at Mammoth Mountain is skiing at the Mammoth Mountain Ski Area. It's the highest ski resort in California and known for its serious snowfall. There are more than 3,500 acres of terrain to ski on serviced by lifts, including three gondolas. At the top of the mountain, you'll find challenging chutes and open mogul runs. There are also eight unbound terrain parks. The ski area is a top spot for professionals to practice and compete on the Super Pipe and the Super-Duper Pipe.

- Woolly's Tube Park and Snowplay Area: For some action the whole family can get in on, head to Woolly's Tube Park and Snowplay Area. There are six tubing lanes for a downhill adventure as well as outdoor heaters and hot cocoa to keep you warm. After tubing, build a snowman, ride sleds or hop on the merry-go-round.

- Snowmobiling: If you consider yourself a bit of a speedster, try your hand at snowmobiling. Head off the beaten path and zoom around the thousands of acres of pristine backcountry. Everyone from beginners to experts can take a turn on these exciting machines.

- Cross country skiing: If downhill is not your thing, try cross country skiing instead. You'll find a calmer atmosphere and 19 miles of perfect scenery for this sport, as well as skating and snowshoeing. Enjoy the tranquil setting as you listen to birds chirp while you glide through the snow. All your stress will simply melt away.

- Mammoth Mountain Resort Spa: With all of the physical activity and outdoor adventures, you're sure to need a day of pampering and relaxation. Book the works at the Mammoth Mountain Resort Spa. A massage will soothe muscles tired and tightened from all of the skiing and other sporting activities. A licensed therapist will work out all your knots and kinks, leaving you refreshed and rejuvenated. A pedicure will spruce up your feet and toes as you relax, and a facial will moisturize your wind-blown skin, leaving it looking healthy and radiant.

Warm Weather Things to Do

- Gondola ride: For the most amazing bird's eye view you'll find in the area, take a ride to the summit of Mammoth to 11,053 feet. Take in the 360-degree sights of more than 400 miles of high altitude peaks. Don't forget your camera, as you'll certainly want to capture the scenery.

- Horseback riding: For animal and nature lovers, plan an afternoon of horseback riding. You'll feel like a real cowboy, or girl, as you swing up into the saddle and prepare to mosey down the less?-traveled paths to see more natural beauty. Keep an eye out for local wildlife as you go by! Whether you want to gallop or just clip along at a leisurely pace, there are options for everyone.

- Mammoth Mountain Bike Park: Mammoth Mountain Bike Park offers more than 80 miles of cross-country single tracks and exhilarating downhills. This is the biggest bike park in the West, allowing for terrain to suit every ability, from beginners to experts.

- Mammoth Mountain Adventure Center: If it's a place for serious family fun you're looking for, you'll find it at Mammoth Mountain Adventure Center. It's the perfect spot to have an adventure as you take in glorious views. There are tons of kids activities to occupy the little ones in addition to a variety of hiking trails for a lovely walk when you need some fresh air. If you're hungry, there are plenty of eateries around serving delicious flavors.

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